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Recycled paper cup lamp is a glowing honeycomb of light

Recycled paper cup lamp is a glowing honeycomb of light

Disposable cups are hardly ever re-used, and they often find their end at the local landfill. So to cut back on this paper waste, six innovative designers in Japan have banded together to save the world

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LEED-certified Miami Beach Convention Center’s responsive facade emulates the nearby ocean

LEED-certified Miami Beach Convention Center’s responsive facade emulates the nearby ocean

The new design takes its inspiration from the ocean, emulating the movement of coral reefs, waves, and manta rays. Media sculptures located in the new grand lobby of the center reference fan corals, and

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Batlab defines a space-saving loft bedroom with an eye-catching orange ribbon

Batlab defines a space-saving loft bedroom with an eye-catching orange ribbon

Per the clients’ wishes, batlab placed the bed directly above the door and created a pair of stairs with male and female characteristics. The “male” side is located to the left of the bed and is

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to make the right window choices for a light-filled home

INFOGRAPHIC: How to make the right window choices for a light-filled home

Light-filled homes always catch our eye here at Inhabitat—natural lighting makes interiors look great, and it can also reduce a home’s energy footprint and dependency on artificial lighting. While

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LED-studded Han Show Theater lights up like a traditional Chinese paper lantern in Wuhan

LED-studded Han Show Theater lights up like a traditional Chinese paper lantern in Wuhan

Nicknamed “The Red Lantern,” the 2,000-seat theater in Wuhan was built to house the Franco Dragone-directed acrobatic water show, Han Show. Situated on Wuhan’s Donghu Lake, the Han Show Theater was

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This Amsterdam park is lit by lanterns made out of shirts

This Amsterdam park is lit by lanterns made out of shirts

Shirt brand BB Chum is zeroing in on the Amsterdam Light Festival with a light installation in the Vondelpark in Amsterdam. Every year Amsterdam celebrates with a stunning festival of lights and this year

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Four generations live under an energy-efficient and bioclimatic roof in France

Four generations live under an energy-efficient and bioclimatic roof in France

The 2 in 1 house derives its name from its spatial layout, which splits the building into two separated dwellings that are connected by a series of shared spaces. The communal areas, which help preserve

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Cinch! is a solar-powered and spacious pop-up tent that sets up in seconds

Cinch! is a solar-powered and spacious pop-up tent that sets up in seconds

The camping tent is one of the most essential pieces of equipment for the great outdoors, but it can also be one of the most aggravating because of poor assembly practices and build quality. Camping

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Rammed Earth Thornbury House Updates a Classic Bungalow in Australia

Rammed Earth Thornbury House Updates a Classic Bungalow in Australia

The owners of the Thornbury bungalow tasked Steffen Welsch Architects to create a more sustainable home that met their family's needs. The original home that faces the street was relegated to contain the

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Soleta ZeroEnergy One: Gorgeous Tiny Home Can be Remote Controlled by a Smartphone

Soleta ZeroEnergy One: Gorgeous Tiny Home Can be Remote Controlled by a Smartphone

Given its versatile and affordable design, the Soleta zeroEnergy One can be used as a tiny home, an office, or as a vacation home. It is constructed of all natural materials sourced locally, including

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Anagraphic’s Starry Light LED Lamp Casts Constellations of Stars Across Your Ceiling

Anagraphic’s Starry Light LED Lamp Casts Constellations of Stars Across Your Ceiling

What if you could capture the night sky and bring the light of countless shining stars indoors? Budapest-based design duo Anna Farkas and Miklós Batisz's new Starry Light LED pendant lamp does exactly

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Top 10 Crazy Christmas Trees Made from Bottles, Bikes, Shopping Carts and More!

Top 10 Crazy Christmas Trees Made from Bottles, Bikes, Shopping Carts and More!

RECYCLED BIKE TIRE TREE This Christmas tree in Bermondsey Square, London is made out of 35 wheels reclaimed from old bikes. It was designed by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects using wheels from a local UK

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Elegant glass and steel study pavilion boasts picturesque lakeside views in Berlin

Elegant glass and steel study pavilion boasts picturesque lakeside views in Berlin

Barkow Leibinger designed the Fellow Pavilion to sit lightly on the land so as to preserve the picturesque, late 19th century landscape. Built to replace a disused bathhouse, the steel and glass structure

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Budapest’s Charity Christmas Tree is made from 5,000 pieces of firewood that will be donated after the holidays

Budapest’s Charity Christmas Tree is made from 5,000 pieces of firewood that will be donated after the holidays

Built over the course of five days, the Charity Tree was created by Hello Wood in collaboration with Design Terminal and the Hungarian Interchurch Aid. White paint was applied to the circular faces of

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The “Light of Life” chapel in Korea is a luminous haven for retired missionaries

The “Light of Life” chapel in Korea is a luminous haven for retired missionaries

  Built on the south-facing side of Bori Mountain in Gapyong, South Korea, this chapel is the central point in a village that's being built to house retired missionaries. Created as a project

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Record-breaking Amsterdam office scores world’s highest BREEAM rating

Record-breaking Amsterdam office scores world’s highest BREEAM rating

PLP Architecture designed The Edge for OVG Real Estate, and Deloitte is the building's lead tenant. The project is one of the most innovative and energy-efficient commercial buildings in the world. The

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1920s Montreal home gets a sleek, minimalist addition thanks to Nature Humaine Architecture

1920s Montreal home gets a sleek, minimalist addition thanks to Nature Humaine Architecture

The extension of the Dulwich Residence was organized into two interlaced areas that provide additional space for the family and features a variety of different textures and materials. Large windows

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Alventosa Morell squeezes a narrow, day-lit home between two blocks of flats in Barcelona

Alventosa Morell squeezes a narrow, day-lit home between two blocks of flats in Barcelona

Located in Nou Barris, Barcelona, the 55-foot-long site was a challenge not only because of its size and relation to the adjacent buildings, but also because of the extremely noisy surroundings. Thus, the

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Peter Pichler’s Mirror Houses reflect the amazing beauty of the Dolomites

Peter Pichler’s Mirror Houses reflect the amazing beauty of the Dolomites

The owners of the property live in a farmhouse built in the 60s, and they wanted to make use of their amazing site by adding vacation rentals. They hired Peter Pichler to design and build two luxury

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Zaria Forman finger draws stunning photorealistic scenes of climate change

Zaria Forman finger draws stunning photorealistic scenes of climate change

Forman began capturing the wonder of the waterways around the world early in life after traveling to remote landscapes with her family. Inspired by the beauty of nature, the artist began to draw the

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Repurposed gramophone lamps shine old-world charm on modern-day spaces

Repurposed gramophone lamps shine old-world charm on modern-day spaces

Looking for some DIY lighting ideas to really spruce up your home? Try out these gorgeous repurposed gramophone lamps. Beautifully crafted out of antique gramophones, the hanging pendant lamps may not

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Stunning wood Vortex sculpture uses LEDs to show its site’s energy consumption

Stunning wood Vortex sculpture uses LEDs to show its site’s energy consumption

Vortex embraces a footbridge connecting two buildings within the complex in Bordeaux. Scaffolding and raw wooden pieces were wrapped around the footbridge, and the sculpture evolves like a living

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Atkins’ H2 low carbon building is an “ecological sandwich” in China

Atkins’ H2 low carbon building is an “ecological sandwich” in China

The newly opened TEDA H2 Building in China is the world-first low-carbon building that has been accredited with four green building certificates: the US LEED (Gold), Chinese 3-Star, Japanese CASBEE (S

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8 Energy-Efficient LED Light Strands for the Holidays

8 Energy-Efficient LED Light Strands for the Holidays

Firefly Lights from Urban Outfitters Urban Outfitters is carrying these darling mini LED lights, called Firefly Lights, that are seemingly impossible. The strand is a metal wire with integrated

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Amsterdam’s annual Light Festival brightens the city’s winter nights

Amsterdam’s annual Light Festival brightens the city’s winter nights

If you plan on being in Amsterdam between now and January 18th, 2015, you're in for quite a beautiful sight: the annual Light Festival is underway, and the city is covered in light installations and

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BIG Unveils Cascading Public Square For England’s Battersea Power Station

BIG Unveils Cascading Public Square For England’s Battersea Power Station

The project is helmed by a Malaysian development consortium and it was inspired by Malaysia's landscape and geology - it resembles the caves of Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, East Malaysia. It is

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Reduce Your Water Consumption With the Amphiro B1 Water Meter

Reduce Your Water Consumption With the Amphiro B1 Water Meter

There are smart meters for your heating and air conditioning, but until now, there isn’t been one for your water heater. Heating your water is actually the second biggest use of power in the home - more

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Afghan Police Shoot Endangered Bird They Thought Was Wearing a Bomb

Afghan Police Shoot Endangered Bird They Thought Was Wearing a Bomb

On a weekend in America dedicated to eating dead birds, an innocent and endangered bird became the most recent victim of Afghanistan’s fight against the Taliban. Motherboard reports that on Saturday

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Design Museum Tank’s Wavy Light Sculpture Shows Off Energy Efficient Plumen 002 Lightbulbs

Design Museum Tank’s Wavy Light Sculpture Shows Off Energy Efficient Plumen 002 Lightbulbs

Lighting giant Hulger recently returned to London's Design Museum Tank with a gorgeous new light sculpture comprising 96 Plumen 002 light bulbs. The energy efficient designer bulbs are hung from copper

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MVRDV’s Pushed Slab Hyper-Efficient Office Opens in Paris

MVRDV’s Pushed Slab Hyper-Efficient Office Opens in Paris

Pushed Slab is a 19,000 m2 office building with communal spaces located in south Paris. The concept emerged from a slab that was pushed in the center until it broke and created a void, and the different

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